Faculty & Staff

  • Samuel Agyie-Ampomah
    Samuel Agyie-Ampomah
    Dean
  • Williams Ohemeng
    Williams Ohemeng
    Senior Lecturer
  • Edward Ofori- Kuragu
    Edward Ofori- Kuragu
    Lecturer
  • Joseph Mensah-Ansah
    Joseph Mensah-Ansah
    Lecturer
  • Kofi Boadi
    Kofi Boadi
    Lecturer
  • George Adayi-Nwoza Adiah
    George Adayi-Nwoza Adiah
    Lecturer
  • Maurice Tetteh Macauley
    Maurice Tetteh Macauley
    Lecturer
  • Regina Atsutsey
    Regina Atsutsey
    Lecturer
  • Gamel Abdul Nasser Salifu
    Gamel Abdul Nasser Salifu
    Lecturer
  • Emmanuel Agyapong Wiafe
    Emmanuel Agyapong Wiafe
    Lecturer
  • Yayra Gokah
    Yayra Gokah
    Lecturer
  • Kwadwo Arhin
    Kwadwo Arhin
    Lecturer
  • Augustina Adusah-Karikari
    Augustina Adusah-Karikari
    Lecturer
  • Kofi Asare
    Kofi Asare
    Lecturer
  • Kennedy K Abrokwa
    Kennedy K Abrokwa
    Lecturer
  • Prof. Anthony Sallar
    Prof. Anthony Sallar
    Dean of Students
Samuel Agyie-Ampomah
Dean

Sam Agyei-Ampomah is a Professor of Finance, and Dean of the School of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, GIMPA, Accra, Ghana. He joined GIMPA in September 2015 as a Professor and Associate Dean of the GIMPA Business School. Prior to joining GIMPA, he was a Reader in Finance at the Cranfield School of Management, Cranfield University, UK. He has also held faculty positions at Surrey Business School, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK, and Aston Business School, Aston University, Birmingham, UK

Sam’s research focuses on corporate finance, financial market institutions and products, and financial literacy. His research has been published in international peer-reviewed journals including the Journal of Banking & Finance, Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, European Financial Management, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, and the International Review of Financial Analysis.

    sagyei-ampomah@gimpa.edu.gh

Williams Ohemeng
Senior Lecturer
Edward Ofori- Kuragu
Lecturer
Joseph Mensah-Ansah
Lecturer
Kofi Boadi
Lecturer
George Adayi-Nwoza Adiah
Lecturer

BSc. (Mathematics) KNUST, Ghana; MPhil (Economics)
University of Ghana, Ghana; PhD (Development Studies)
University of Ghana, Ghana.

Academic Specializations:
Econometrics, Economics, Development Studies

Research Interests:
Modelling, inequalities, health and poverty related issues.

    gadiah@gimpa.edu.gh
Phone: (+233)302421614, Ext. 2140
Office: Syndicate Block (SB 319)

Maurice Tetteh Macauley
Lecturer

Educational Background
B.A. in French and Russian
M.A. in Translation – English, French and Spanish
Curriculum development in English and French
Sales and Marketing

Teaching Areas:
General French lessons and French for Specific Purposes
General English lessons and English for Specific Purposes

Research Interests:
The role of language in the job market.
Language and labour mobility
The role of language in customer service at the work place

Publications – Journal articles, conferences and books:
Joint research work with Dr. Godson Tetteh – Work in progress on the topic: Assessing Indicators of Motivation for Learning French in Higher Education

Regina Atsutsey
Lecturer
Gamel Abdul Nasser Salifu
Lecturer
Emmanuel Agyapong Wiafe
Lecturer

Emmanuel Agyapong Wiafe is a lecturer at the GIMPA Campus in Kumasi. He holds an MPhil in Economics from the University of Cape Coast and he is an alumnus of the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC). He is a member of several economic societies and association including Network for Socioeconomic Research and Advancement (NESRA) and the European Studies Association for Sub-Saharan Africa (ESA-SSA).

Teaching Areas:
Economics Science
Statistics
Business Research Methods
Quantitative Methods
SME Management

Area of interest
Applied Econometric with time series
International Trade,
Labour market issues,
Poverty and Social exclusion
Macroeconomic Development
SME Development

Publications
Cantah, G. W., Brafu-Insaidoo, G. W., Wiafe, E. A., & Adams, A. (2018). FDI and Trade Policy Openness in Sub-Saharan Africa. Eastern Economic Journal, 44(1), 97–116. doi:10.1057/eej.2016.9
Ahiakpor, F., Brafu-Insaidoo, G. W., Obeng, C. K., & Wiafe, E. A (2017). Foreign direct investment and export performance in Ghana: Modeling uncertainty using Bayesian model selection approach. Ogua Journal of Social Sciences 8 (2), 41-56
Barnor, C., Asmah, E. E., & Wiafe, E. A. (2016). Health spending and economic growth in Ghana: Examination of Causality. International journal of ecological economics and statistics, 37 (1), 15-23. CESER publication.
Barnor, C & Wiafe, E. A (2015). Financial sector openness and stock market development in Ghana. Research journal of finance and accounting, 6 (24), 80-88
Wiafe, E. A., Barnor, C., & Quaidoo, C. (2015). Oil price shocks and Private Investment in Ghana. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, 6 (22), 1-7
Barnor, C. & Wiafe, E. A (xxx). Testing the Twin Deficit Hypothesis in the Context of Ghana. International Research Journal of Marketing and Economics (Forthcoming)
Acheampong, I. K., & Wiafe, E. A. (2013) Link between Poverty and Social Exclusion in Ghana: Econometric Approach. Journal of Art and Social Sciences, 1(2), 103-124
Acheampong I. K & Wiafe, E. A. (2013). FDI and stock market development Evidence from Ghana. International Journal of Finance and Policy Analysis 5 (1): Spring 2013, 3-15

Work in Progress/Conference
What influences SME growth?
Policy uncertainty and stock performance with Peterson Owusu Jnr (West End University)
Wiafe, E. A., & Ahiapkor, F. (2015). Oil price and Inflation in Ghana: Evidence from MSM. (Unpulished)
UNU-WIDER Conference: Migration and Mobility: 3-5 November 2017: Poster Session: migration, remittance and poverty in Ghana
AREF Conference: Macroeconomic volatility; 30-31th August 2017; Paper Presented: Effect of Crude oil price volatility on exchange rate in Ghana.
Trade and Gender Issues. UNCTAD Vi. Online Programme from 9th Feb to 23rd March, 2017. (Certificate Awarded)
Departmental Seminar- University of Professional Studies on 11th February, 2015. Paper Presented: Oil price volatility and Inflation in Ghana: Using Markov Switching Approach
Round Table Discussion- Microfinance and Poverty Reduction. Held at University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast on 4th Oct. 2014 – Participant
CSAE Conference 2014- “Economic Development in Africa” Held at St. Catharine’s College, Oxford on 23-25 March, 2014. Paper presented: Trade Policy Openness and FDI in Sub-Saharan Africa
UNCTAD Virtual Institute workshop on “Trade Empirics using STATA held at University of Cape Coast, Ghana on 20-23 May, 2013 (Certificate awarded)
The 2012 Wiley-Blackwell Exchanges online conference, ‘Migration in a Changing World: Where Do We Go Now?’ held on 5-9 November 2012 -Discussant (Virtual conference)
International conference on Poverty, social Exclusion and Development organized by Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Cape Coast, from the 9th to 12th October, 2012.Paper Presented: The link between Poverty and Social Exclusion in Ghana
Microfinance seminar – Organized by Microfinance Unit in collaboration with Association of Economics Students in 2010 at the University of Cape Coast. Participant (Certificate awarded)

Yayra Gokah
Lecturer

Educational Background:
Master of Philosophy (English), KNUST, Ghana
Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) English, KNUST, Ghana
Diploma (Public Relations), ICM, UK

Teaching Areas:
Communication
Ethics and Social Responsibility
Leadership
Reading Seminar in Humanities
English
Literature
Public Relations
Media

Research Interests:
Communication
Ethics
Education Management
Corporate Social Responsibility
Marketing
Advertising

Kwadwo Arhin
Lecturer

Kwadwo Arhin is a lecturer at the Kumasi GIMPA Campus. He had his Bachelor’s degree in Economics at the University of Cape Coast and his Master’s degree also in Economics at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. He is currently a PhD Candidate (Health Economics) at the Department of Economics, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.

He worked as a Budget Officer and Economics Tutor at Ghana Education Service. He was also a Part-Time Lecturer at the Center for Continuing Education (CCE), University of Cape Coast before his appointment as Adjunct Lecturer at Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) in September, 2015 and as full-time Lecturer in September, 2016.
Teaching Areas: Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, International Economics, Research Methods, Quantitative Methods, Health Economics, and Statistics.

Research Interests

RESEARCH WORKS, PAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS:

Augustina Adusah-Karikari
Lecturer

    tinaadusah@gimpa.edu.gh

PhD in Educational Studies, Ohio University, USA (2008)
MPA, Ohio University, USA (2005)
Master of Arts in International Affairs, Ohio University (2003)
BA (Hons) Secretaryship University of Cape-Coast (1998)

Area of Specialization:
Gender and Public Administration, Gender and Development, Development Management and Administration, Governance and Development of Extractive Industries

Kofi Asare
Lecturer

    kasare@gimpa.edu.gh

BSc (UCC, Ghana); MSc (Edinburgh, UK); PhD (Edinburgh, UK)


Academic Specializations:

Sociology and Economics of Religion Media, Religion and Culture

Research Interests
Business and Religion, Audience Studies, Consumer Culture and Behaviour, Media and Politics, Media and Religion & African Studies

Kennedy K Abrokwa
Lecturer

    kabrokwa@gimpa.edu.gh

BA (KNUST, Ghana); MSc (University of Hull, UK); PhD (University of Hull, UK)

Academic Specializations:
Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Energy Economics and Applied General Equilibrium Modeling


Research Interests

Economic Growth & Welfare Policies, Energy Markets & Policies, Financial Markets & Policies and Emerging & Developing Economics

Prof. Anthony Sallar
Dean of Students

    asallar@gimpa.edu.gh

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